December 30, 2010 by  

Telangana, A roundtable organized by the Telangana Praja Front (TPF) today adopted resolutions demanding the immediate withdrawal of police forces of Telangana, the introduction of a Bill in Parliament during the budget session for creation of a separate Telangana state, raising the “undeclared emergency ‘now in force in Telangana and the removal of curbs on media reports of incidents.

The round table chaired by the President of TPF Gadar also adopted another resolution that the Telangana struggle should not only be peaceful but well coordinated.

Speaking at the roundtable, Gadar stressed the need for all organizations Telangana to come together to lead a united struggle. “The movement reached a milestone. It is a time for us all join hands,”he said.

Former Congress MLC Kamalakar said that Congress was committed to creating a separate state. “All members of Telangana are exerting pressure on the Centre, he said. BJP leader Rajeswara Rao said there was no need for any other motion except one who seeks the introduction of a draft Act in Parliament. The fight must be such that Delhi will have to listen to the request, he said and stressed that there was no need for more sacrifices by the people. “They have made enough sacrifices already he said.

TDP leader Janardhan Reddy Nagami said he was ready for a united struggle Telangana Rashtra Samiti but was a party with which the TDP differences. TRS leader Jagadeeswara Rao wanted the agitation to get rid of parties who obey their orders from above and the parties whose leadership was in the hands of leaders of Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema.

Senior journalist Potturi Venkateswara Rao wanted the Centre not to convert Telangana in a police camp. The Centre should honor the feelings of the people and deliver Telangana, he said. Others who spoke: educationist Chukka Ramaiah and freedom fighter Konda Lakshman Bapuji.


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